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    Nips away your dignity Fluffywolf's Avatar
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    Teasing, coaxing, playing, wrestling.

    Oh and messing about on my PC.
    ~Self-depricating Megalomaniacal Superwolf

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    Quote Originally Posted by InsatiableCuriosity View Post
    I have a dear friend who is ENTJ and he enjoys socialising and loud parties with lots of people drinking, dancing and talking about superficial stuff.
    Yeah, that sound pretty good. No more than once every two weeks though, otherwise it gets boring. People you do this stuff with need to be cool (I mean, people you get along with very well), otherwise it can end badly - drinking is also not good for your body. Some other stuff I consider as fun: climbing mountains, cycling downhill very quickly (that's dangerous, I don't do it often at all), listening to very loud music. Keep in mind I'm a rather extreme E: my score on MBTI tests hovers around 95-99 % E over I.

    My idea of fun is a few people to whom I feel close (or maybe an interesting couple of people I have never met) having a few quiet drinks and maybe a meal at one of our homes, then talking about meaty topics while listening to good music in the background.
    I would consider that as "enjoyable", however the intensity of the experience would be lower. I think my ISFJ girlfriend would agree with you, though.
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    I'm and E, but, I'm ENFP and I go back and forth between Extroverted and Introverted depending on my mood and what's happening around me. So what is fun depends on my mood and what is happening around me.

    If I could sum it up in one word, I'd say, variety. I find a lot of things fun, and get bored if I do one thing too much.

    Things that I find fun:
    -Insatiable Curiostiy, your idea of fun is definitely up my alley.
    -Playing board games in a medium size group
    -Hanging out with or talking on the phone with another NFP all night
    -sex
    -going out dancing at a club
    -performing
    -being entertained by books, tv, movies, music etc
    -turning up the music and just co-existing with my husband while we cook, clean, work on projects etc. (this happens rarely, but I love it when it does)
    -learning with my son
    -learning about new things
    -researching a new idea and then doing something with it
    -gardening, being around nature (but nothing as drastic as camping or something)
    -talking to whoever will listen
    -I could go on and on, but I won't.

    Sometimes I want to be alone and enjoy myself, but I love haning it with one other person, small groups. medium groups, and if the atmosphere and activity is right I love being center stage in a big group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelhair45 View Post
    I'm and E, but, I'm ENFP and I go back and forth between Extroverted and Introverted depending on my mood and what's happening around me. So what is fun depends on my mood and what is happening around me.

    If I could sum it up in one word, I'd say, variety. I find a lot of things fun, and get bored if I do one thing too much.

    Things that I find fun:
    -Insatiable Curiostiy, your idea of fun is definitely up my alley.
    -Playing board games in a medium size group
    -Hanging out with or talking on the phone with another NFP all night
    -sex
    -going out dancing at a club
    -performing
    -being entertained by books, tv, movies, music etc
    -turning up the music and just co-existing with my husband while we cook, clean, work on projects etc. (this happens rarely, but I love it when it does)
    -learning with my son
    -learning about new things
    -researching a new idea and then doing something with it
    -gardening, being around nature (but nothing as drastic as camping or something)
    -talking to whoever will listen
    -I could go on and on, but I won't.

    Sometimes I want to be alone and enjoy myself, but I love haning it with one other person, small groups. medium groups, and if the atmosphere and activity is right I love being center stage in a big group.
    Why do you have X, if you know your an enfp. By the way, I'm enfp, who loves being alone- mostly dictating by mood, that's a normal trait of enfps. We're knew as the introverts of the extroverts.
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    "Remember, remember, this is now, and now, and now. Live it, feel it, cling to it. I want to become acutely aware of all I’ve taken for granted."
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    Quote Originally Posted by InsatiableCuriosity View Post
    As I scan down this list I notice that Lady X is the only E responding but that mostly I can identify with the "I"s perspective of fun that other members have shared. Are there any other "E"s who would care to share or if Lady X would elaborate please?

    There IS no right or wrong answer here, only the issue of what drives another's enjoyment
    hey...yeah i just meant that i can have fun anywhere depending on my mood. when i'm in a great mood i can have fun in the car with my sister or the grocery store with a friend...but i guess that's not really what ya meant.

    but i guess the point is...the kind of fun i want depends on my mood. i love having a few close friends over for dinner and wine and great conversation...but i also love meeting a group of friends out at a crowded bar/club and drinking and dancing...and i love live shows or stand up comedy places...i love performance art...outside festivals are one of my favorites...lots of people, music, drinks, food and things to look at and do....i also love road trips with a friend or two...anything that involves exploring and adventure of some kind...i also love water...being on a boat..swimming..going to the beach...

    so...i guess anytime i'm indulging my interests or enjoying my company or just in a really ridiculously happy mood i'm having fun.
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    Fun is when you are into some activity. With or without people.

    Movies, music, Saturday night, weight training, reading, drawing, drinking, posting, making, thinking...

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    outdoors activities that let me feel the breeze in my hair, and possibly a mist of water on my face

    cooking food and eating food

    climbing things like trees or the house and enjoying the view from the top

    hiking... alone

    I used to really enjoy rock climbing and spelunking as well... I love the way you can work your muscles, and I love the cool of caves as well

    sex

    exploring places I haven't been before... especially if it's after dark and they're reputed to be haunted

    people watching with someone who really knows how to comment snarkily
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    Fucking attractive women.
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    I consider a variety of activities fun as long as I am with one - four close friends. More than that and it gets a bit overcrowded for intimate conversations and sometimes I just drift off by myself if I am not engaged in the current conversation. With a small group, you can have more control over what is being done and what is being said. When you have to consider the needs of a whole group, you don't talk as much and don't have as much say whereas in a three-friend group, most of the time, everyone is satisfied.

    I am up for almost anything. Festivals, cafes, beaches, parks, just walking around town eating ice cream, etc, etc, etc.

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    Wooo Hooooo.

    - Laughing with company to the point my sides are going to split
    - Having a drink after work with a few colleagues
    - Having an intense conversation with someone as i've gone into curious mode
    - Doing something spontaneous
    - Driving
    - Laughing at myself and others
    - Going to a concert (alone or with others)
    - Spending money
    - Prank calls (in my younger days )
    - Daring to dream the impossible

    I love an adventure so screw what life tells me to do .. I will do what i like anyway (within reason)
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